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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312" CENTRAL CCMFORTA9CB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat 1.2 5 a Day Hotel in Pride of Alberta and. Mother's Favorite Every Sack Contains The Reason Why---- it's BETTER Taylor-Made Preserving Fruits PEACHES, rrrestoncs. case...........51 50 BARTLETT PEARS, PLUMS, Green, red and blue, In boxes J1.60 CHAB APPLES, Transctntlanls, 40 pound casts. Wh BLACKBERRIES, per W BLUEBERRIES, ftr basket GREEN TOMATOES, ysr Ib..................5o GREEN TOMATOES, per 40 Ib. PICKLING CUCUMBERS, per 15c PICKLING ONIONS, Sllversklns, per Ib. 15o RIPEJOMATOES, percale.............'.. GREEN PEPPERS, ftr Hi'...................25c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. MARKETS Edison Phonographs W. carry a full line ot both the popular cylinder phono- tni all? the new Dlamund pitc machines. New reccrdi coining In the time. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. ind Stationer. rfcke h SWST if the Prices .if cusp- isg Graii ti SMITIrMURPflY CO. 'You will realise every CTDt "In It for you, ui gtt jomr turns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Otnw Phone 1111 RMUtenccPhnw 14M N. T. MACLEOD, MANAOKR LETHBRIDGE BRANCH BLDG. STRONG BOWLER GRAIN and CooinuiioB Oar entire organization Is at your fsnrlce and with our exper- ience we can guarantee to jet you tie best prlcei for TOar grain at any lime and for .any trade or Mni ot grain- Vtnne M For cc 1965 Lrthhrid4e( QuMa- 1811 Lcvhbrldge) tiont. who are te-your dWrlct. j u t. A. GUMMING i.1 MiriftK We Pay to Tell You About our burber thop be- cause we knew you'll come again if we can Induce you to make the lint visit. WE5T6ROOK- BROS. On 6th Street S. Off 3rd Ave. Opposite Bank of Montreal. (Formerly for W. A. on.) Winnipeg. Sept. was a much larger movement of wheat today than for some time, there being- C99 cars in sight for inspection.. The cash market vas one cent higher with a very active demand. Eastern shippers, exporters, millers and mixIng'houEes were among the buyers. There was also a good demand for spot oats with prices for the strr.lghl grades unchang- ed and the tough qualities command ing cue cent better :than previous close. There was goort demand for barley and flax without any offerings. Trading for future delivery was fairly active for oats, with i prices steady around Saturday's close, fluctu- ations being only fractional. The flat options were from ope cent and a half to four coots higher, with only moder- ate trade. Winnipeg cash wheat closed one cent up for No. 1 Northern'. Oclober oats closed U'.; December %c high- er aiid May up. O.ctober Has clos- ed 3c higher; Xoveinbor higher and December -Uic up. October bar- ley closed unchanged. cL.....i 67% 62K lay............ 65% ct............. TABER COAL ORDERS (t-Cltfotns1 LumtMr Co, JOHN MURRAY CARD OF Mrs. J. J. KenMor and family wish to thiak (heir many friend! for their dorlx their recent (From the Times- Collios, a Greek, appeared be- fore Juitices Layton and Willard to- Eitra jjii. 1'Feed dav on a charge of assaulting and doing bodily harm to Frank Carley. H- (3. Myers appeared for the prosecu- tion and J. H. Prowse for the defend- ant. magistrates after hearing evi- dence for the prosecution and argu- ments counsel, committed the pris- oner for trial. The defendant was re- leased on bail ot i in two.Mcurl ties. Joe Fflgis, who worked as l miner at the Canada West until he enlisted is reported ai having been woundeil ard 61 and 62. J, B. Jett received a letter from Pte Percy Rose this week, Percy has far recovered from his wounds lha be Is out of the hospital. He alS' tatei that he -will in all prooauilib at bis dhristmas dinner with "J.B. n Tabtr. TVord was rewlvtd this week from he Canadian Record office that Pti ames Bateman who was recent! iwarded the military medal, has bee gassed in one'o! tie recent engag' menti of the-CanadUn troops, and 1 n the hospital. v Corp. .Caswell hafl an Austrian by the name of Pawla Lysak before Mag- istrate Dayton this afternoon on the charge of having failed to report to the police in accordance with the war measures act since April 23. He was fined and costi, Patrick J. Gorman, who was a mem- ber o! Royal Bank ttafl about four years ago, and previous to that em- ployed at WeillaVes, Is reported iu a recent casualty Hat as wounded. 31S" 5ec............. 31716 Winnipeg Cash Prices to. 1. Nor...222 :o. 3 Nor...217 ;o. 5 ......184 'eed........ ,TB. i c: w. s? IIS 31S 315 316 No. 2 Nor...221) No. 4 ......20S No. 6 ......172 ...165 No. 3 C. W. Let Us Finish Your Films You will be please, ed with (he qual- ity of work .arid' with the reason- able eharties. The Red Cross Drug 8 Bwk Co. Liraited o. 1 Feed. 61% No. 8 Feed. Np. V'o. 2 Feed...................Ill ;o. 1 C. W. 323 No. 2 C. W. 314 to. 3 c. w. 304 Chicago Market Chicago, Sept Cash jomlnal. 2 yellow 220 and 223; No. 3 yellow 22014; No. 4 yellow 219. V 3 white's! and 62; stand- Victoria, B. C.. Sept. Safetj measures for tlie collieries ot the Crow's Nest Pass are to lie cstab shortly following the rerom menrJntlon made by George 11. Rice chief engineer ot the United Stales Bureau of Mines, reported on conditions iiiere from "bumps" wlilcf led to loss of lite last year. Mr. Rfcc in report lug to Hon. Win. Sloan, mill ist'er of mines, said that teats sho the Crow's Nest field Is among the most gaseous In the world. He re- commended methods of mining to-re- Hove the pressure to which 'the "bumps" are due and also the ap- pointment of a permanent commis- sion to he on the spot and conduct i tests and advise the operators on how j to avoid danger. The government has decided to appoint a permanent chem- ist to the area, pending such a time as financial conditions wilt permit of the appointment of a commission. Mr. Hlce has also submitted recommenda- tions as to the best methods of drain- the coal measures oC gas, but ates there are many obscure' mat- rs connected with, the investigation hich only further and re- earcl'r work could clear up, including le work of phenomena, such as rock "bumps" and outbursts and I WANT NOW AND FEEL FINE Have Us Install Ytor Furnace NOW So It wfTI be all realty to use irhen needed, We arc prepared to-put In new Hues, cold or, to hand an entire furn- ace It required. Wo hare ample facilities'and "XIII. You can depend npon nur worX every time you'll flrr! upon inquiry that oar charjses ere ahmya ex- tremely reaeonablr. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LrrHMIDQE, ALBERTA Cam Pricei Soar Chicago. Sest. prices went soaring today as a result of wide spread froat- An ascent of as much as ic took place in some cases as soon as the market opened. Jlore stringent enforcement of. gov ernment supervision (if wheat sales he gan today. Heretofore'millers were permitted to buy direct at the fixe government prices, but from ;now on all dealings are with the agents of the i'lod administration. Minneapolis Minneapolis, Sept. not quoted. 3 yellow 217 and 218. 3 white 59K and 60ft. 324 and 323. Flour unchanged. Calgary Markets Calgary, Sept. quo- atlone. OaU'.-Xo. 2 C. W. SOiJ; N'n. C. W. antl hogs unchang- d from Saturday. Thcce were no logs on the market and 517.25 ras bid for loads in transit. Nine oada of cattle were offered. With the of one load they wero com- mon killers and brought Saturday's irice. Superior Supply Co. 2nd S. Jtld 13ttl ttrttl MINING, ft RAILWAY ft EOUIPMEN7 TUDHOPF. ANDERSON AND FARM IMPLEMENTS OAN6 PLOWS 4ULKIES FORp TRACTOR' ATTACH. MtiNTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TMAILSRS CULTIVATORS BINDf.H ENQIMEC PHONE A BLUE LINE CAP. LOCAL MARKETS 4 No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling After Meals, or Constipation! If you have sour stomach, conBtipa tlon or gas on the stomach try JUST ONE DOSE ot simple buckthorn bark glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-l-ka the remedy whlclf is becoming known as the MOST PONVERFUL bowe elpanser ever FOl'i. "The VERY FIRST dose shows re suits and a treatment wit' Adler-I-ka will surprise you. This remedy drains such astonisl ing amounts of old matter from th System that A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach find gns on the stomach almost INSTANTLY. of methods of mining, dvocates, among other things. slabllshment of seismographs regis- ering. vertical waves at two or three oints on the face of the mountain bout Nomber One South -Mine. We Make a Specialty of Moving Furniture and Pianos The only covered vans in the city. Furniture stored. PHONES: Coal Storage 1097 House 1089 Transfer !ITYr A1STD DISTRICT I Back From Coast. B. V. Dooley of the hrewery stall .BS returned Irom a visit to Vancou- and oilier coast points. (From pur OwtifCorrespomlenO Orion, Sept. 'S.-j-Jlr. B. JIallory( locally knbwit-'as be.potato king, lias returned lo superintend the digging of iiis crop. Mr. Jlallory and family liave spehtt most of, the summer at Elk Water''Lake. Hd; votes that an Ideal spot'In''which-lo spend the hot weather. Plenty of fish and game for the sporfsmnn and the Cypress Hills nako an iileal lirospeclins ground for one of an Inquisitive nature. Mr. roller hail rio trouble disposing ot Ms second carload of Gait coal. Or- ion people are not taking any chances Public School Board. The public school board holdsvits regular monthly meeting on Wednes- day afternoon at four o'clock. Meeting of Clergy. A meeting of Iho clergy and repre- sentatives of teh different churches will be held tonight in SI. Augusiin's Hail, Completes Threshing. J. C. Peterson, a leading Warner farmer is in Hie city today. He hai completed threshing Iris suromerral- low wheat which averaged belter (han 30 bushels to Iho acre. on a coal shortage this winter. Orion will soon be one of the very jw towns ot its slic to he lit by elec- Iricity. In. fact its sound progressive- ness makes it ono of the best new tov.-ns in Southern Alberta. Mr. Carl nsrby who lias the con- tract lo move Smith's pool hall to Its neiv, site has roimdei! up nil tho Jacks in this part of tiio counlry. Most any of tho boys would lie satisfied to havj four at any one lime. Most of the threshing Is over with In this vicinity. The wheat averaged at least fifteen hu'shcls to the acre, withutjt one good rain ill! seusoii. It can be done. Aulo Plates; bethbridgc Anlo Club plafes are here and all members of tiie organ- ization EhouM gel one anil carry it in a proud posttkm on the The disllnguishing mark of Ihe club mem- r Is "L. A. C. W17." Death of John Glodjk. Joha Gioduk rtjed in the city Sun y, Sept. ;i, at the age of 34 years, ho funeral will take, place tomorrow, 2pt. 11, at p.m., from f'cttcrley's mlertakinK Parlor, in tcrment iti e punllc cemetery. Not Known Here. Today's casualties contain the name Pte. J. Harris of the prc- uned lo have died. The Herald has Track Prlcei Wapor. PrTcei Wheat Wheat .....201 Oau......55% Oats 52% Flax .'..301 Barley Barley .....101 LIVESTOCK PKICES Choice steers, choice Select 150 to 2SO ibs., isijo. Choice killing wethers, sheared lOe. Choice killing ewei, sheared, 9c. COAL FOR SALE' By LAND AGENCY PHONE H AY WANTED A few'carloads of Kood hay for prompt ahipnient. Advise quality and quantity and when delivery can be made. 8AUNDERS HAY t GRAIN Op. 1221 Second Ave. 3, Phont 732 City Oat Crcp. The clly oat crop lias been bar- ested for this antl the tlireahing i also completed. In nil 065 Inishela threhcd from the plot round which the goil curse runs. .The aver- ge was about bushels to the acre. ANNOUNCEMENTS, A dance will be held In the K.of.P. ball on Tuesdw, Sept. llth.. hody welcome. A good time assured. (len'lH 7S cents. Ladles free. The Garbutt Huilness College has a shlpraent 6( Kten new lypwrltcrs; Kemlnirton and one UntoM-ciod. are lo, ro- place old machines and all of me very latcat modsl. -Mfc-l Mason Risch Limited Itlrrwral oloch WetrelM, ,fni, ind Mudcal ationery- UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO -SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS .OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. 1 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everaii Franks Sinriott Corner 1th Ave. and 5th St. Many leading stockmen uell the animals thai will make the Choicest lo us. The we serve you has been fed right End handled right. Delanys Meat Co. Phone 452 een unable to died, local' o any of the rcta- vea ol Jlr, Harris antl very little is nown about him locally, J, W. WooH Here. .1, AN'oolf formof mcmlicr ot llio irovincial legislature for Canlslon fs n tho Cily. WooH Is now dlvld- ng his-Hmc hclwcfin Alberta ami ITtnh, Me Iian opened up n real estate dcc In Cardalon in parlncrshipNvlth turner Harris. Traction Englnt Exams, Tn the examinations for traction en- gineers 5G tried for September antl Vi 'or August. The examinations arc hoid the last Krfday ami Saturday of cacn month In the Sherlock block un- der direction ol Nat. Marshall, boiler Inspector, All Ij trying Ihc cxafninallons now have positions. ANNOUNCED 8OON Ottawa, Scpl, 10. The price o wheat will le announced by Ihfl board uf supervisors, "There ftocfihaKy for TCfcrencR lo Iho ilepart mint of trade and commerce fn Ih tanadlnn Press, fjimiled, Informed today "The board has jii in or ity to act and will announce Hi price II lias fixed." Lcthbridge Agents for the cele- brated line of MOFFAT STOVES AND RANGES BOtll COAL AND GAS. If j oil arc call and we can save you from 10 to 20 per cent. Consumers Hardware Co. 120 FIFTH ST. S, PHONE ;